Film enthusiasts, another one has bitten the dust.
Fujifilm is discontinuing production of its FP-100C Color Instant Film, a peel-apart film frequently used in Polaroid cameras. It was the last peel-apart film on the market.
“While this was a difficult decision, it was necessary in order to remain sustainable in today’s market,” the company said in a statement. “Going forward, the supply of FP-100C will be available until the inventory is exhausted.”
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